This project aimed to find out whether it is possible to raise diagnosis rates through undertaking an exercise to ‘clean up’ dementia coding and records at a practice level. The hypothesis was that problems in GP coding may be contributing to the reported dementia diagnosis gap. Read more »
Trading Times is an online service that matches carers with local businesses for flexible paid work. It is free to carers and paid for on a transactional basis by employers.
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Enfield Clinical Commissioning Group has developed a number of initiatives to improve care for their residents and help people to stay at home with appropriate support when they are ill. Read more »
This Network supports commissioning of high quality, outcomes focused, value for money services for people living with dementia in London. Read more »
UCLPartners helps people to work together to translating cutting edge research and innovation into measureable health and wealth gain for patients and populations in London, across the UK and globally. Read more »
The Health Innovation Network (HIN) South London, the Academic Health Science Network for South London, is a partnership that connects academics, NHS commissioners and providers, local authorities, patients and patient groups, and industry in order to accelerate the spread and adoption of innovations and best practice, using evidence-based research across large populations. Read more »